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A polynomial in variable x is denoted by p(x).
The highest power of the variable in the polynomial is known as its degree. For example, the highest power of variable x in the polynomial x2 − 3x + 2 is 2. Hence, it’s degree is 2.
Let us understand the concept of zeroes of a polynomial with the help of the given video.
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